Think that's good? DPS used to be really sneaky in the '90s. They had a few mid-'90s Thunderbirds with tinted windows, metallic paint, wire wheel covers, and whitewall tires running up and down the 60. The speeders never stood a chance; when one of those came behind you and you saw the red and blue wig-wags behind the grille, you were pretty well hosed. They also had a few dark-colored Monte Carlos. People complained, as people do.
Just got mine in from an ebay seller in Japan. I replaced the white plastic bushing with a 5x11mm ball bearing (the most common size in Tamiya R/C cars) left over from my old R/C days. Nice little drill, really torquey too. Sure beats spinning drill bits with my fingers.